The term Chaldeans in this frame indicates the members of the Church of the East in Full Communion with the Holy See. This list continues from the List of Patriarchs of the Church of the East that traces itself back from St. Thomas in the 1st century.
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... In 1610 Mar Eliyya VIII (1591–1617), Patriarch of the See of Alqosh, entered communion with the Catholic Church ... Rome, and his cousin Mar Yohannan VIII Eliyya Hormizd, who professed to be Catholic ... He was recognized patriarch by Rome only in 1830, after the merging of the Chaldean see of Amid, thus forming the modern Chaldean Catholic Church ...
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